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Mom2A

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Any thoughts on how to make it easier for the side poles of the dance bag to fit through the brackets ? Ours has to be manually set up, and it turns out to require quite a bit of force . (which I didn't realize when I got the bag, otherwise I would have probably gotten one of the other ones where they are already telescoped).
So far my only hack has been to use lotion , but I don't want to stain anything [smile].
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melissa745

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What kind of bag do you have?
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dancedivasx2

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Knowing which bag you have would be helpful. :0)
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Mom2A

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Oh, sorry, did not realize it mattered because I've seen a variety of bags out there with racks that have to be installed. Mine is called Travolution . 
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Mamala

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my DD has a rack n roll, and although I have to wiggle it a bit to push it through it's not that difficult. You shouldnt have to put that much force into it. If it were me I'd see if I could return it and get a different brand.
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dancedivasx2

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I would make sure sides are fully extended if it still too tight you should try to exchange. If you can not exchange it take a rat tail file and file inside the bracket there maybe some residue from the manufacturing mold. You should not to continue to force in and out it could be very dangerous if someone is standing over it.
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dancedivasx2

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Originally Posted by Mamala
my DD has a rack n roll, and although I have to wiggle it a bit to push it through it's not that difficult. You shouldnt have to put that much force into it. If it were me I'd see if I could return it and get a different brand.


My RNR was tight. I looked inside the bracket and it was the manufacturing mold finish. I took a flat steel file to the inside of the bracket where there was leftover plastic. Just a few swipes and the poles fit perfect.
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Mom2A

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Thank you ! That's what I ended up doing. After filing the brackets it fits snug but going in easy.
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